Final Project Student Survival Guide r1

Final Project Student Survival Guide r1 - Lori J. Babler...

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Lori J. Babler GEN105/Michelle Sporre Final Project – My Student Survival Guide Table of Contents 1. Using Axia’s Educational Resources Action Plan Downloading and Saving Files to my Computer The University Library 1. Tools and Resources 2. Navigation 3. Identification of Key Information in Articles 2. Upholding Academic Honesty Action Plan Plagiarism Understanding Academic Integrity Policy Understanding Plagiarism Consequences Best Practices Useful Tips 3. Setting and Achieving Goals Action Plan Long and Short Term Goal Identification and Setting Personal Action Plans Best Practices for Overcoming Obstacles 4. Managing Time Wisely Action Plan Daily Task Schedule and Priority Best Practices for recognizing and overcoming time wasters and procrastination. 5. Fostering Reading Comprehension and Retention Action Plan Best Practices for reading and retention optimization Implementing SQR3 into my study habits 6. Applying Personality and Learning Styles Action Plan Multiple Intelligence and Personality Characteristic Strengths o Personal Action Plans Multiple Intelligence and Personality Characteristic Weaknesses o Personal Action Plans
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Relating to others with different intelligences and personality characteristics in a distance learning environment 1. Using Axia’s Educational Resources Action Plan How to download files to my computer or other portable device The University Library – Tools, Resources and Navigation Identifying key information within articles How to download files to my computer or other portable device All course materials can be located under the MATERIALS tab in the classroom for that course. Simply clicking on the materials available for download will bring up a download box asking to either save or open the requested file. Best Practice Always save the file to a folder on the machine before opening. Useful Tip : Work will be more organized if you have a separate folder for each course and save the files for that course in its individual file. The University Library – Tools, Resources and Navigation Tools and Resources The University Library offers many useful resources and tools to assist in writing papers, updating math skills and upholding academic honesty. They are as follows: Center for Writing Excellence - Provides grammar and writing guides. Provides a plagiarism checker to ensure academic integrity. Student Labs - For additional exercises and assistance in areas of difficulty Center for Mathematics Excellence - Provides Math Anxiety Assistance and a tool for enhancing or updating mathematical skills. Best Practice Always submit papers to the plagiarism and grammar checker prior to submitting to my course. Always be sure to reference the work of other authors, websites, or literature by listing the reference or using quotation marks around the referenced material. Useful Tip:
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